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Nov 21

Apple iPhone 4S users report SIM-card problems

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

Once you attempt to fix one problem, another one usually appears. That’s what seems to be happening with Apple’s latest device, the iPhone 4S, with Apple been inundated with reports of the iPhone 4S not reading the micro-SIM, therefore meaning that the phone is unusable. This news comes just a few weeks after the whole issue with battery life on the iPhone 4S.

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